Need a basic primer on the history of climate change and 350ppm? Listen to Bill McKibben's explanation.
This week we feel especially privileged to do the work that we do. A brief post by our senior editor about the decision-making behind this week's show and why it matters to us.
A New York Times article features Adele Diamond's work the weekend before our interview.
Fact-checking for this program leads down a puzzling path searching for a famous quote.
Three scientists were awarded the 2009 Nobel Prize in Medicine for their work on telomeres — a term that came up in our interview with Doris Taylor. She explains that just as stress can shorten telomeres, they have the potential to be lengthened and extend life.
A phrase that came up in our cuts-n-copy for this program, and eventually mad it into the title.
Krista reflects on her Irish respite and the words of John O'Donohue on beauty as "a kind of homecoming…"
A follow-up question about altruism studies results in encore answer.
A New York Times editorial sheds light on the difficulties of covering torture and interrogation.
Some stunning photos capturing DuBois' night at the Fitzgerald Theater.